Clock Restoration and Repair





Expert Clock restoration and repair of Street Bank Clocks
originally made by O. B. McClintock of Minneapolis, MN
and others.

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Clock below completely constructed for
Southeastern Louisiana  University ,
new dials, logo panels, and chime box panels included.
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O.B. McCLINTOCK COMPANY MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA 1908-1950
THEY SPECIALIZED IN CLOCKS FOR BANKS AND OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, USUALLY WITH AN OUTSIDE MOUNTED FANCY CLOCK FOR PUBLIC VIEWING OFTEN DISPLAYING THE INSTITUTION NAME ALONG WITH DIALS MADE UP OF FANCY LEADED GLASS.
 MANY OF THESE OUTSIDE CLOCKS HAD CHIME CAPABILITY AND AN INTERIOR CHIME MECHANISM WAS AVAILABLE AS PART OF THE SYSTEM.
MOST OF THEIR MOVEMENTS WERE SUPPLIED BUY SETH THOMAS AND MODIFIED FOR SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS AS MASTER CLOCKS TO RUN THESE OUTSIDE UNITS AS WELL AS A PROGRAM SYSTEM INSIDE THE BUILDING.
A FEW STREET TYPE CLOCKS ARE KNOWN BUT SEEM TO BE QUITE SCARCE.
 MANY OF THESE SYSTEMS ARE STILL IN USE BUT USUALLY WITH UPDATED ELECTRONIC CONTROLLERS





Stained Glass Panels for clocks reproduced and/or restored by
Steven H Karnowski A Glass Artisan

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